brutal

[ broot-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF brutal

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Or perhaps it's a brutal revenge on me,—after thinking I'd only marry for money.

After all, he could not be brutal with this guileless maiden.

His voice seemed to him rough and brutal, but he did not mean it so.

I asked, more to soften the effect of Marvin's brutal remark than anything else.

Who could be so brutal as to blame so amiable, so candid a creature?

This was the whole front of her offending; yet I was so disappointed that I wanted to be brutal.

"You leave her to me," Mulready interposed, with a brutal laugh.

Will you or will you not answer for your unmanly and brutal conduct?'

Its first war-cry was stifled back by the brutal and cowardly hand of Destiny.

The sea had just seized them in a brutal embrace which had wet me through.

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